The age old tradition of milling locally grown organic flour is making a comeback in Monaghan, Ireland.
A dark and dangerous storm close in on a fisherman...
Plants and Wildflowers within 2km of my home
A brief overview of some of the challenges that exist in relation to plantation forestry in the UK and ROI.
Who needs supermarkets? Panic buying in the face of the COVID 19 Pandemic has proven that many feel extremely vulnerable by their dependency on the shops. On the positive side, by supporting and encouraging a diversified range of Irish farming and horticultural activities we provide ourselves with an important cushion during any crisis: a resilient … Continue reading Who needs supermarkets?
The growth of community energy generation and supply in Ireland.
Continuous Cover Forestry consultant Paddy Purser and Chair of Pro Silva Ireland, Liam Byrne before presenting a statement to Joint Committee on Climate Action at the Oireachtas (Houses of the Irish Parliament), Dublin on behalf of Pro Silva Ireland. 11 December 2019. Photo: Cathy Fitzgerald. Pro Silva Ireland presented continuous cover forestry as a […] via … Continue reading Resilient Forestry at Leinster House — Pro Silva Ireland
Four lines from GM Hopkins
How the protectionist policies of the Irish Free State in the 1920's helped to sow the seeds of the furniture manufacturing industry in Monaghan.
The Old Man of the Woods: a carving of Lord Kilbracken in the woods at Killegar House, Co Leitrim.